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Not all are equal (Posted on 20111203) 

Given n distinct positive numbers a1,a2,...,an.
We construct all the possible sums (from 1 to n terms).
Prove that among those 2^n1 sums there are at least n(n+1)/2 different ones.
Source: a problem from Soviet Union 1963 contest
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Submitted by Ady TZIDON

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